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Records - March 5, 2012

 IBJ Staff
March 3, 2012
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Announcements
Charlotte Lippert, CFA, has opened Charlotte Lippert Wealth Management, offering investment management and wealth planning for individuals, families, executives and institutions. Contact www.lippertwealth.com or email charlotte@lippertwealth.com.

Cincinnati based staffing firm Trustaff has opened at 600 E. Carmel Dr., Carmel, providing traditional staffing solutions in areas such as logistics, warehouse, clerical, administrative, and general labor positions. Contact Larry Hoelscher. Phone 800-736-3197; fax 513-354-6609.

ATHENAPowerLink, the not-for-profit, all-volunteer business-mentoring program brings unprecedented resources for a year to the local woman business owner selected to participate. Applications are currently being accepted through April 20, and can be accessed via http://www.nawboindy.org/pages/Athena.php or by phone at 608-0251.

Conventions
March 12-14: Indiana Safety and Health Conference & Expo, Indianapolis Marriott East. Contact: Bob Dittmer at 234-3793. The event is presented by the Central Indiana Chapter of the American Society of Safety Engineers and the Indiana Chamber of Commerce and is in partnership with INSafe of the Indiana Department of Labor and the Indiana Association of Occupational Health Nurses. To find more information about this event or to register, visit www.INsafetyconf.com.

Fundraising
 Indianapolis Parks Foundation to benefit from the 10th annual IPL Mayor’s Lunch for Parks on March 7 at noon at the Marriott downtown. Tickets: $300 for individuals, $2,000 for a table of eight. Contact Cindy Porteous at 860-3251 or cporteous@indyparksfoundation.org.

United Cerebral Palsy Association of Greater Indiana to benefit from its annual Attitude Awards Dinner on March 10 at 6:30 p.m. at The Children’s Museum. Tickets: $50 for adults, $35 for students. Contact Brandi Linn at 809-7150 or brandil@ucpaindy.org.

Indy Reads to benefit from Indy Reads Night at the Indiana Ice on March 10 at 7 p.m. Tickets, which must be purchased in person at the Indy Reads office or The Best Chocolate in Town, are $10 and $18, half of which goes to Indy Reads.

Best Buddies Indiana to benefit from the Black & White Ball on March 10 at 6:30 p.m. at D’Amore. Tickets: $125 for individuals, $1,750 for a table of eight. Contact B.J. Farrell at 436-8440 ext. 42 or bjfarrell@bestbuddies.org.

Janus Developmental Services to benefit from the 4th annual Create, Connect and Commit Ask Event March 23 at 7:30 a.m. at the Ritz Charles. Tickets: $1,000 for a 10-person table. Contact Joanne McDonough at 773-8781, ext. 112 or jmcdonough@janus-inc.org.

Fundraising Results
Indianapolis Animal Care & Control received 2,400 pounds of food to benefit shelter animals during a pet food drive at the Butler-University of Illinois-Chicago men’s basketball game on Feb. 21.

In Recognition
Timothy O’Hara and Bryan Babb, Bose McKinney & Evans LLP, were named top 50 Indiana Super Lawyers by Law & Politics.

Bill Yoerger, OneAmerica, was named by 401kWire.com as one of the most influential people in the defined contribution industry for the fifth straight year.

Relocations
Ativio LLC has moved to 8465 Keystone Crossing, Suite 100.

Dr. Subhash Sharma of St. Francis Medical Group’s Oncology & Hematology Specialists has relocated his practice to 1300 W. Jefferson St, Franklin, in the American Health Network building. Dr. Sharma also sees patients at Franciscan St. Francis Cancer Center at 8111 S. Emerson Ave. For more information, call 859-5252.•

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